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WHAT WE OFFERGeothermal Heating Repair in Burlington NC, Orange & Alamance Counties

We have provided timely geothermal repair service for over 30 years.
All our industry-standard certified technicians perform continuous ongoing training. Our high standards for our team will reflect on the quality of work and the customer service we provide to our customers.
We know geothermal systems can be fickle and don't break just between the hours of 9-5 which is why we are always available 24-7 to make sure you have a working heating system as soon as possible.
With 35 years experience, we can handle all repairs, big and small, to get your geothermal system blowing warm air again fast.

Geothermal Heating Repairs

Geothermal heating systems utilize heat pumps to transfer warmth from the earth to your home’s interior. These systems are designed to efficiently extract heat from underground and distribute it indoors, offering both heating and cooling capabilities.

Operating on a refrigerant-based mechanism, geothermal heat pumps absorb warmth from the ground during winter and release it inside, while during summer, they remove heat from indoors and discharge it into the cooler ground. This process is highly energy-efficient, requiring minimal energy input to move significant amounts of heat compared to conventional HVAC systems.

If your geothermal heating system requires repair, trust the expertise of LM Wilson. Our team specializes in geothermal heating repairs, ensuring prompt assistance during emergencies to restore your system’s functionality swiftly. Additionally, we provide comprehensive maintenance services to optimize system performance and offer expert installation solutions. Contact us today to explore our services and schedule a repair appointment!

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    Geothermal Heating FAQs

    What is geothermal heating?

    Geothermal heating is a renewable energy technology that utilizes the constant temperature of the earth to provide heating and cooling for residential and commercial buildings. It involves the use of geothermal heat pumps to extract heat from the ground during the winter and transfer heat back into the ground during the summer.

    How does geothermal heating work?

    Geothermal heating systems use a network of pipes, called a loop, buried underground to circulate a heat transfer fluid, typically water mixed with antifreeze. This fluid absorbs heat from the ground in winter and carries it indoors, where it is used to heat the building. In summer, the process is reversed, with heat from indoors being transferred back into the cooler ground.

    What are the benefits of geothermal heating?

    Geothermal heating offers several benefits, including lower energy bills, reduced carbon footprint, consistent heating and cooling throughout the year, and minimal maintenance requirements compared to traditional heating systems.

    How long do geothermal heating systems last?

    Geothermal heating systems have a long lifespan, typically lasting 20 to 25 years for the heat pump unit and up to 50 years or more for the underground loop system. Proper maintenance and regular servicing can help extend the lifespan of the system.

    What are common issues that may require geothermal heating repairs?

    Common issues that may require geothermal heating repairs include refrigerant leaks, compressor malfunctions, electrical problems, sensor issues, and problems with the underground loop system, such as leaks or clogging.

    How do I know if my geothermal heating system needs repairs?

    Signs that your geothermal heating system may need repairs include reduced heating or cooling efficiency, unusual noises coming from the system, uneven heating or cooling throughout the building, and higher-than-normal energy bills.

    Can I perform repairs on my geothermal heating system myself?

    It is not recommended to attempt repairs on your geothermal heating system yourself, as these systems are complex and require specialized knowledge and equipment to diagnose and repair properly. It’s best to hire a professional HVAC technician experienced in geothermal systems.

    How often should I have my geothermal heating system serviced?

    It is recommended to have your geothermal heating system serviced annually by a qualified technician. Regular maintenance helps ensure optimal performance, prevents potential issues, and extends the lifespan of the system.

    What should I consider when choosing a company for geothermal heating repairs?

    When choosing a company for geothermal heating repairs, consider their experience and expertise in working with geothermal systems, their reputation for quality service, their licensing and certifications, and their responsiveness to emergency repair needs. Additionally, inquire about warranties and maintenance plans offered by the company.

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